File:Augustus Bozzi Granville.jpg|thumb|Augustus Granville.
'''Augustus Bozzi Granville''' Doctor of Medicine|MD
, Royal Society|FRS
(born '''Augusto Bozzi''',
[[http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20026877.000-what-killed-dr-granvilles-mummy.html?full=true ''What killed Dr Granville's mummy?''], Stephanie Pain, New Scientist, issue 2687, 1 January 2009.]
7 October 1783 – 3 March 1872) was a physician, writer, and Italian patriot.
Born in Milan, he studied medicine before leaving to avoid being enlisted in Napoleon Bonaparte|Napoleon
's army. After practicing medicine in Greece, Turkey, Spain, and Portugal, he joined the British Navy
and sailed to the West Indies
. There he learned English and married an Englishwoman. He later moved to London, where he practiced as a physician and writer.
He is credited with carrying out the first medical autopsy on an...